The classic luxury and personal service of Silversea Cruises keeps voyagers coming back for more.
Traveller's resident Cruise Director, Sally Macmillan is a relatively recent cruise convert and long-time journalist who has a serious sailing habit. Sally has edited Cruise Passenger magazine for four years, and writes a weekly cruise column and cruise-related features for Traveller.
The first female cruise ship captain commanded Royal Caribbean's Monarch of the Seas in 2007.
The cruise line has observed the dramatic effects of climate change and they are interested in doing something about it.
The new 120-passenger Coral Geographer will be the fifth in Coral Expeditions' fleet.
When MSC Opera smashed into a dock, the simmering debate about how to manage cruise ship traffic in the historic city reached boiling point.
A Galapagos Islands cruise operator has environmental concerns front of mind.
The 1856-passenger ship, known to many cruisers as the former Superstar Virgo, has just been relaunched following a $US30 million transformation.
There's much more than supersized shopping malls to see on a cruise around the Arabian Peninsula.
Having just launched the revamped SS Bon Voyage in France, Uniworld will introduce four more Super Ships next year.
Nobu's Umi Uma & Sushi Bar will be one of six dining venues on board the new Crystal Endeavor.
No noisy aqua parks, no oversized cartoon characters wandering around, no bombing in the pools – there are definitely pluses.
Young adult Australians are not only living with their parents for longer, they're also taking holidays with them.
Next year Avalon is offering three new tulip-focused river cruises in Holland and Belgium.
Music cruises, the rundown on Skagway, Alaska, new river ships and wellness from Seabourn.
Despite recent accidents involving cruise ships, it seems that cruisers are a resilient lot.